Concrete Safety Manager
- on January 1st 2009 the NYC Department of buildings began to require Concrete Safety Managers
(CSM) to be placed on all major building sites in order to supervise the concrete portion of building projects. This course is designated toward workers who are seeking to obtain a concrete safety managers license. Persons applying for this course should have 5 years of construction supervising experience involving the placement of at least 2,000 cubic yards of concrete. This course is a 30-hour in-person course approved by the NYC department of buildings. Our course has been developed by experienced instructors and will be taught using a combination of video's, power point presentations, hands-on evaluations and lectures. During this course participants will review the NYC building code 3300, NYC Department of Buildings local laws and OSHA code 1926. This course is intended to prepare individuals to use safe work practices when working in NYC building projects where 2000 cubic yards of concrete are being poured.
There are no requirements needed to attend this course. Participants should have a basic understanding of the New York City building code.
The 30-Hour concrete safety manager course is a 6-day
course, please see the enrollment page for complete details and specific dates.
- Introduction to Concrete Safety Management
- Concrete Construction Site Accidents
- NYC Concrete Safety Manager Certification Requirements
- Chapter 19 Concrete
- OSHA 1926 Overview
- NYC Codes Overview
- NYC Department of Buildings Overview